Posted Date: 27 Dec 2012
Effective Date: 27 Dec 2012
This week, NUIT's Senior Data Security Analyst, Roger Safian, discusses information security issues of concern to the NU community, including:
- Things to do at year-end to make your computer secure for 2013
- Adobe finally addressing Shockwave vulnerability
- OS X security following a volatile 2012
Links mentioned in this session are available below in Additional Information. Listen now.
The Information Security News podcast series, hosted by Senior Data Security Analyst Roger Safian, provides the Northwestern University community with timely information security issues and tips for a more secure computing experience.
The Information Security News series is a complement to the NUIT to Go series, which focuses on current and upcoming information technology services, initiatives, and support. Have a topic you'd like to suggest? Contact NUIT Communications.
- Shocking Delay in Fixing Adobe Shockwave Bug
- PGP, TrueCrypt-encrypted files CRACKED by £300 tool
- Where OS X security stands after a volatile 2012
- Google to scan Chrome extensions, bans auto-install
- China listening in on Skype - Microsoft assumes you approve
- Randi Zuckerberg posts private photo on Facebook, sees it go public
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Last Updated: 27 December 2012